User Stories are part of business analysis. User stories are usually used in prototyping the system, but can be a powerful input in test analysis. They can help a test analyst imagine how the target system will be used. A test analyst can write test cases according to user stories.

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Does JIRA have a better way to compare texts beyond “Activity History”?

When someone in Trac change the text of a Ticket, we can see easily the modification by clicking on Diff link and them it displays visualy by highlighting the removed and added words/characters (red ...
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How much automated testing should we do?

I work in a software engineering department consisting of several development teams. The department is mature in most agile methods except automated testing as we have old manual testers. We have ...
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When is a bug a story and a story a bug

I'm currently debating what constitutes a bug and a story. If there is no evidence for expected behavior then, Are all perceived issues are bug? If a change is made in a story that wasn't detailed ...
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Test Scenario's on Coding Framework Stories?

So I have a quick question: In our "stories" usually at the starting sprints, a lot of the cards are related to how things are going to be coded (classes and such). Does it make sense to make test ...
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Acceptance test plans off User Stories?

I guess how is this usually done? since a lot of times you don't get precise requirements from the client? The User Stories change so often, and sometimes feel very vast. Is it typical to create an ...
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Outside or within remit - should a BDD scenario be created for this user request

Given the following overarching purpose (mission statement) for an application: In order to help keep a healthy and refreshing sleep regime, or in order to limit computer-related addictive behaviors, ...
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BDD living documentation for Product Owners

We have been using bdd in our team for over a year now. The jobs that run our tests generate a published report in business language that anyone is available to read. We find these very useful inside ...
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Is it functional or invalid input test?

I have a screen with a "I agree" check box and the "Next" button. I tested it in the following way: Do not select a check box. Click "Next". Expect an alert message is shown. Is this functional ...
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Techniques to write good acceptance criteria for user stories

I am a developer in the scrum master role and need to get the whole team (specially our product owner) more involved with clearly defining the boundaries of stories. I suspect acceptance criteria is ...